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Growth plan charted out for Pataudi-Haily Mandi

The Haryana government has published the Draft Development Plan-2031 for Pataudi-Haily Mandi towns. It has invited objections and suggestions from the public within 30 days.

india Updated: Jun 15, 2012 01:50 IST
HT Correspondent

The Haryana government has published the Draft Development Plan-2031 for Pataudi-Haily Mandi towns. It has invited objections and suggestions from the public within 30 days.

Launching the plan, deputy commissioner PC Meena said Pataudi is a historic town founded in the reign of Jala-Uddin- Khilji by Pata.

The draft plan has been prepared by taking 1,90,000 as the projected population of these twin towns.

According to Census 2011, the combined population of the two towns is 39,812. The draft proposal plans to accommodate an additional 1,50,000 persons by 2031. Some residential sectors have been proposed with density of 250 persons per hectare.

According to the plan, a total of 1,425 hectares will be urbanised. The area of logistic zone (934 hectares), industrial area (66 hectares) along the KMP Expressway and 245 hectares area has not been included in the plan.

The draft plan proposes that 600 hectares of land be allotted for residential purpose, 127 hectares for commercial, 80 hectares for industrial, 391 hectares for transport and communication, 56 hectares for public utility, 38 hectare for public and semi-public usage and 133 hectares for open spaces and green belts.

To accommodate the projected population of 1,50,000 persons, an area of 600 hectares has been proposed for development of residential sectors 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Sectors 3, 4 and 6 have been proposed keeping in view the extension of Pataudi town. About a 120-metre-wide strip has been proposed around the abadi of villages Jamalpur and Khawaspur.

The minimum width of the roads in a residential colony or sector would not be less than 12 metres. The minimum area for parks and open spaces in a residential sector shall meet the norm of 2.5 square metre per person.

An area of about 127 hectares has been reserved for commercial purposes. It has been proposed in Sector 9 and in the form of a 75-meter-wide strip along Gurgaon-Rewari road in sectors 2, 3, 4 and 5.

This will be used for retail trade, storage and wholesale trade. About 80 hectares of land has been proposed in Sector 10 for development of industries. The industrial area has been provided in the eastern side, sufficiently away from the residential sectors.